Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest university. It’s an innovative, global university known for its high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and commitment to preparing students for jobs of the future. When you join Curtin University, you join an international family. Around a third of university’s 53,000 students come from a country outside Australia, which adds a valuable dimension to your university experience, both in and out of the classroom. Curtin University was established in 1966 as the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT). It gained university status and was renamed Curtin University of Technology in 1987. In 2011 it became Curtin University. With an expanding global presence, including locations in Perth, Malaysia and Singapore, Curtin University boasts a rich diversity of cultures in its students and staff, and a commitment to international engagement. The university also has a long-standing focus on Indigenous education and culture, supported by its Centre for Aboriginal Studies. Curtin University offers a range of industry-aligned undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, humanities, health, engineering and science across its campuses and online, which are available in various study modes. Curtin's commitment to excellence in teaching and research extends beyond course delivery. As a leading global university, it strives to research and educate in ways that address international issues and challenges. Its teaching is delivered to a high standard across all their locations. Curtin University also has campuses in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
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